Anthony Edwards, Mike Conley, and Naz Reid combined for 78 points to propel the Minnesota Timberwolves (46-21) to a convincing 119-100 win over the struggling Utah Jazz (29-38) on Saturday night.

Despite suffering a twisted ankle just before halftime, Edwards poured in 31 points to lead the Timberwolves’ offensive charge.

Mike Conley, facing his former team for the first time since being traded in February 2023, scored season-high 25 points, providing a significant scoring boost for Minnesota. Another ex-Jazz player, Rudy Gobert, was absent due to sore ribs.

Naz Reid contributed a double-double effort with 22 points and 12 rebounds, playing a pivotal role in the Timberwolves’ interior dominance throughout the game.

The absence of key players like Jordan Clarkson, Lauri Markkanen, and John Collins posed challenges for the Jazz, who struggled to contain Minnesota’s offensive onslaught.

Despite a valiant effort from Collin Sexton (22 points) and Keyonte George (18 points), the Jazz were unable to match the Timberwolves’ intensity and scoring efficiency.

With Karl-Anthony Towns sidelined due to knee surgery, Edwards once again assumed the role of primary scorer for Minnesota.